Writing a Recount Success Criteria By Debbie Jones
Write in the first person by using words like: I, me, we, you, she, her, he, him, them etc.
Write mainly in the past tense
Write a clear introduction for the reader
Write things in the order in which they happened
Use connecting words and phrases to help the reader e.g. A few minutes later, meanwhile, afterwards
Use amazing adjectives to help create a picture in the reader’s head
Use  powerful verbs to describe the action in the story
Describe the feelings of the person telling the story at different points.
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  1. 1. Writing a Recount Success Criteria By Debbie Jones
  2. 2. Write in the first person by using words like: I, me, we, you, she, her, he, him, them etc.
  3. 3. Write mainly in the past tense
  4. 4. Write a clear introduction for the reader
  5. 5. Write things in the order in which they happened
  6. 6. Use connecting words and phrases to help the reader e.g. A few minutes later, meanwhile, afterwards
  7. 7. Use amazing adjectives to help create a picture in the reader’s head
  8. 8. Use powerful verbs to describe the action in the story
  9. 9. Describe the feelings of the person telling the story at different points.
  10. 10. Pupil assessment Writing a recount Teacher assessment I have written in the first person by using words like I, me, we, you, she, her, he, him, them etc. I have written mainly in the past tense I have written an introduction for the reader The story is written in the order that things happened I have used connecting words and phrases to help the reader e.g. A few minutes later, meanwhile, afterwards I have used amazing adjectives to help create a picture in the reader’s head I have used powerful verbs to describe the action in the story I described the feelings of the person telling the story at different points. I read my story to a partner who helped me to check this ladder
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